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San Diego faces up to 6 straight days of rain

A powerful series of storms is expected to hit San Diego County from Thursday until Tuesday, dropping 2’’ to 4’’ of precipitation along the coast in the rainiest period the region has experienced since late 2010.  Valleys could get up to 5’’, and the slopes of some mountains could record 10’’,...

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  • Persian music to be featured in Rancho Bernardo on Sunday

    Persian music to be featured in Rancho Bernardo on Sunday

    Learn about Persian classical music and the setar on which it is played this Sunday in Rancho Bernardo. Kourosh Taghavi, a Rancho Bernardo resident for the past decade who emigrated to the U.S. from Iran in 1984, said he started playing the setar in 1989. It is an Iranian musical instrument in...

  • REVIEW: Welk’s ‘My Fair Lady’ is just ‘loverly’

    REVIEW: Welk’s ‘My Fair Lady’ is just ‘loverly’

    A “loverly” time is in store for those who attend the Welk Resort Theatre’s production of “My Fair Lady,” playing through April 2 in Escondido. Welk newcomers Shaina Knox and Lance Arthur Smith, an Actors Equity Association member, lead the cast of 16 in Lerner and Loewe’s 1956 musical based on...

  • La Jolla Renaissance Singers perform Saturday at Poway Community Church

    La Jolla Renaissance Singers perform Saturday at Poway Community Church

    Poway Community Church is hosting the Joyful Noise 2017 Concert Series with the La Jolla Renaissance Singers performing Saturday. The La Jolla Renaissance Singers will be joined at the concert by the San Rafael Bell Ringers from San Rafael Catholic Church in Rancho Bernardo. The concert will be...

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  • Our Readers Write: Issue of Jan. 12, 2017

    Our Readers Write: Issue of Jan. 12, 2017

    Walk a mile Regarding Harvey Levine’s guest column (Jan. 5): I just want to say how strongly I agree with his position. Don’t some of our Native American nations have a very similar saying? “Walk a mile in my shoes.” It sure seems simple and easy. Alas, not so simple, not so easy. But I do believe...

  • Water meter fight wastes tax dollars

    Water meter fight wastes tax dollars

    We find it absurd that time and tax dollars are being wasted over what could be called The Great Water Bill Battle between the City of Poway and Palomar Health. After six months of fruitless talks, the city is now suing the public health district, owners of Palomar Medical Center Poway (formerly...

  • Our readers write: Issue of Jan. 5, 2017

    Our readers write: Issue of Jan. 5, 2017

    Hard lessons learned Regarding columnist Allen Hemphill’s Dec. 29 offering: Neither President Obama nor the American people are responsible for the slaughter of innocent children in Syria. That burden falls squarely on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Russian President Vladimir Putin, as will...

  • Meeting expectations

    Meeting expectations

    Every holiday season I am reminded of the works of Charles Dickens. His “A Christmas Carol” and “Great Expectations” can provide valuable insight for our Poway City Council.  A recent decision by the council, where three members turned down a staff recommendation supporting an affordable housing...

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